Nazmul Huda, Desdemona Khan, Labin Rahman and John Richards

Dr Nazmul Huda is a public health project manager at EngenderHealth Bangladesh office. Desdemona Khan is an anthropologist at Centre for Asian Arts and Cultures, Dhaka. Labin Rahman is a research fellow at Fair Future Foundation; working for the follow up of the Rana Plaza survivors. Dr John Richards is a professor in the public policy school at Simon Fraser University in Canada.

Lest we forget

Rana Plaza collapsed on the morning of a hot summer day, on April 24, 2013. Officially, 1100 workers died but the true total is much higher, probably closer to 1400 or 1500. The difference is on account of the 'missing' workers, of the bodies never found or those that lacked documentation as workers.

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April 25, 2015
April 25, 2015

Lest we forget

Rana Plaza collapsed on the morning of a hot summer day, on April 24, 2013. Officially, 1100 workers died but the true total is much higher, probably closer to 1400 or 1500. The difference is on account of the 'missing' workers, of the bodies never found or those that lacked documentation as workers.

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